The current lighthouse at Cromer was built by Trinity House in 1833 on a hilly area of the Norfolk coast known as the Cromer Ridge half a mile from the cliff edge. Previous versions of the lighthouse nearer to shore had become victim to creeping coastal erosion and though erosion continues, the present structure should be safe enough for some time to come.
The Cromer was converted to automatic operation in June 1990 and now the lighthouse keeper’s cottage alongside the tower is let out as holiday apartment although the property is still owned by Trinity House.
The lighthouse tower is not open to the public but the area around the lighthouse is quite accessible.
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